Lexile Tools and Resources The Lexile Hub
The Hub is a site that is free to all parents and provides access to some Lexile and Quantile that support student learning. To access the hub and it's resources for parents, use Google Chrome to visit hub.lexile.com.
Lexile Find a Book - Quick Start Guide
Search among over half a million books using the Find a Book browser that:
● Offers previews of challenging words and their definitions for each book.
● Identifies the Lexile level and vocabulary by chapter for over 1,600 popular books.
● Creates and manages personal book lists that can be shared.
● Searches by a student’s Lexile measure or range, grade level, or interests.
An Introduction to the Lexile Framework for Reading - This video explains the two types of Lexile measures—for students and for texts—and then provides examples of how they might be used by teachers. There is a brief overview of the free tools and research-based resources for utilizing Lexile measures that are available on the Hub.
Putting the Lexile Framework for Reading to Work in the Library - This short video is designed to provide information concerning how library/media specialists can make use of Lexile measures to enhance their support of colleagues, parents, and students. Foundational information about the Lexile measure themselves and also about the free tools and resources available is also presented in this brief recording.
Lexile and Quantile Resources for Educators and Parents - MetaMetrics recently provided introductory information for families on how they can utilize Lexile & Quantile measures to reinforce learning. This short recording is designed to provide introductory information about Lexile & Quantile measures and to share information about the free tools and resources available for parents and educators.
Summer Reading - Improve reading during the summer months. Use Find a Book to build custom lists for readers at all ability levels, and then locate your selections at your local public library.
More information about the Lexile Framework can be found at Lexile.com